Asian art unveils itself at our auctions with its refined jades, glossy lacquers, delicate porcelain, precious paintings…
Thanks to its constantly updated database of international art collectors and dealers, Tajan is a forefront player in the world art market of Far Eastern Art.
We hold annually four auctions entirely dedicated to Asian Art (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia). These sales feature carefully selected works from Ancient Times to the 1950s: Chinese archaic bronzes, tripod planters, terracottas, jade seals, Han and Tang dynasty horses, Mingqi, lacquerwares, silk paintings, Masterpieces of Japanese woodcut prints, netsukes, wood sculptures, cloisonné-enamels, objets de lettrés, bamboo brush holders, screens.
Our auctions also include a selection of magnificent Asian ceramics: Blue and White porcelain, Famille Verte and Famille Rose porcelain, celadon and sang-de-boeuf ceramics, crackled porcelain (Ru ; Guan and Ge wares), porcelain from the Ming and Qing dynasties, from Canton and Nankin, etc.
At the crossroads of Buddhism and Hinduism, art from India and the region under its cultural influence is also a protagonist in our sales: high-reliefs depicting Vishnu, Shiva bronze statues, figures of Buddha, Himalayan ritual objects…
In the dynamic French market for Asian art, specialists and amateurs will find quality pieces from Khmer sculptures to Japanese raku.
Complimentary and confidential valuations are available by appointment.
Related department/ Oriental art, Prints & Multiples
DÉBORAH TEBOUL /Director
Wei WANG /Specialist
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